ICS programme is designed to enhance the skills of our students in computer science and information technology. With our advanced technological teaching methods and state-of-the-art tools, our students learn and excel in becoming tech professionals in leading IT companies worldwide, enabling them to pursue a wide range of careers.




  • Computer Labs
  • Microsoft Certifications
  • Robotics Lab


Subject ICS (PART-I & PART-II):


Compulsory Subjects


  • Urdu
  • English
  • Islamic Studies
  • Pakistan Studies


Elective Subjects


Combinations offered:

Students can opt for any one of the following combinations.

  • Phy-Math-Comp Science/li>
  • Stat-Math-Comp Science
  • Stat-Eco-Comp Science/li>




The duration of the programme is two years. The BISE conducts terminal examinations for 1st year and 2nd year separately.


Frequently Asked Questions (faq'S):

Ans: Minimum requirement is matriculation or equivalent. For further details, visit your nearest campus.

ICS is a two-year programme in parts with 550 marks each year. Thus total marks of ICS are 1100

Ans: In ICS, you study 6 subjects both in parts I & II. Both parts carry equal marks that are 550. The subject wise breakdown of marks for ICS is as follows:

1. English (Compulsory) = 100 Marks

2. Urdu (Compulsory) = 100 Marks

3. Islamic Education (Compulsory) = 50 marks (Part I only)/ Pakistan Studies (Compulsory) = 50 marks (Part 2 only)

4. Mathematics OR Economics= 100 marks

5. Physics OR Statistics= 100 marks

6. Computer Science = 100 marks

The same subjects are studied in ICS part II.

Ans: After completing your ICS, you can choose from a wide range of career choices whichever attracts you the most. Examples include:

  • Software Engineering
  • Telecommunication
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Nanotechnology
  • Space Sciences
  • Architecture
  • Computer System Engineering
  • Robotics, Embedded Systems & Control Engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Information Technology
  • Fields related to Physics
  • Fields related to Computational Physics
  • Fields related to Mathematics & more